Which of these can be a source of RFI? Pick two.
A) Audio speakers
B) Microwave ovens
D) 802.11n access points
E) High-fiber cereals
The answer: B) Microwave ovens, and D) 802.11n access points
Radio frequency interference (RFI) is commonly caused by radio systems or radio broadcasting systems like mobile phones, baby monitors, or wireless access points.
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